Commit 86b1ccb3 authored by Federico Sismondi's avatar Federico Sismondi

Updated notes/ToDo in docker compose

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# NAIADES IoT Platform and services #
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# Authored by UDGA
# PRODUCTION ToDOs
# include let's encrypt in nginx
# platform's FQDM ?
# all services requests must pass through nginx
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# Notes #
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# ToDoS for PROD
# ==============
# - include let's encrypt in nginx
# - platform's FQDM ?
# - all services requests must pass through nginx
# - change secrets
# inspired by
# see: https://smartsdk.github.io/smartsdk-recipes/
#
# Authored by UDGA in the context of NAIADES E.U. PROJECT
#
# Received contributions from
# ---------------------------
# - ?
#
# inspired by https://smartsdk.github.io/smartsdk-recipes/
#
# PRODUCTION ToDOs
# ----------------
# - include let's encrypt in nginx
# - platform's FQDM ?
# - all services requests must pass through nginx
#
#
#
# DEPLOYMENT NOTES:
# -----------------
#
# About Docker Volumes:
# ---------------------
#
# A data volume is a specially-designated directory within one or more containers that bypasses the Union File System.
# Data volumes provide several useful features for persistent or shared data:
#
# - Volumes are initialized when a container is created.
# If the container’s base image contains data at the specified mount point,
# that existing data is copied into the new volume upon volume
# initialization.
# (Note that this does not apply when mounting a host
# directory.)
#
# - Data volumes can be shared and reused among containers.
#
# - Changes to a data volume are made directly.
#
# - Changes to a data volume will not be included when you update an image.
# Data volumes persist even if the container itself is deleted.
#
# Into Dockerfile you can specify only destination of volume inside container. e.g. /usr/src/app.
# You may but -not necessary needed- specify mounting point (/opt) in host machine.
# Using the CLI that is `docker run --volume=/opt:/usr/src/app my_image`
# If you not specify --volume argument then mount point will be chosen automatically
#
version: "3.5"
services:
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